Clove Bud Oil ( Eugenia caryophyllus)
The oil has unique anaesthetic effects – it lowers the sensitivity of the affected spot, alleviates itching and regenerates the skin. It is good for long-term use, it helps to relieve toothache (we recommend it for little babies to relieve sore gums) and supports wound-healing. The oil has beneficial effects on air passages and helps against bronchitis. It is applied in drops. Clove tea or tincture is used to wash festering wounds and painful skin infections; the tincture is used to massage the parts affected by rheumatic and gout manifestations. The antioxidants from cloves may serve as natural preservatives, but, above all, they are an excellent cure for premature aging and degenerative diseases of all cells and tissues and even work as cancer-prevention. The substances contained in the oil may have significant effect against intestinal parasites. The concentration and the particular substances contained in the oil literally make it into a youth and life elixir as well as a natural preservative.
Packaging: glass bottle
Amount per 100 g
Calories – 3684 kJ / 880 kcal
Protein – 0.0 g
Carbohydrates – 0.0 g
Sugars – 0.0 g
Fat – 99.2 g
Saturated fatty acids – 19.5 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids – 18.4 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids – 61.3 g
Fibre – 0.0 g
Sodium – 0.0 g
The oil does not contain any artificial preservatives or artificial colours.
Storage: keep away from direct sunlight, store at room temperature, refrigerate after opening. If the temperature is low, the product may become turbid or may solidify, but the effect fades at room temperature. Use within 3 month after opening.
Dosage: internal use – 1 teaspoon in the morning (on an empty stomach) and 1 teaspoon in the evening (before bedtime); cold cuisine – according to the taste and the amount of food; external use – as necessary.
Ingredients: clove bud infused oil (base oil: organic cold pressed helianthus annuus seed oil)
Country of origin: Germany